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distinguish any type of stimulus, such as sight or sound, depends on the part of
the brain that receives the action potertials. What matters is where actior
potentials go, not what triggers the"n. Sensations are action potentials that reach
the bra'n ...
The hair cells transduce the energy into receptor potentials, triggering action
potentials that are conveyed to the brain. The lateral line system enables a fish to
monitor water currents, pressure waves produced by moving objects, and ...
Lateral inhibition is repeated by the interactions of the amacrine cells with the
ganglion cells and occurs at all levels of visual processing in the brain. All the
rods or cones that feed information to one ganglion cell form the receptive field
for that ...
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